Tehran Iran Tehran ruins dog owners with new ban
Tehran Police Department recently received approval from state prosecutors to prevent dog owners from going to pets or even transporting them in cars.
According to Tehran chief of police, Hasein Rahmi, the Office has approved a plan to "take action against people who go to dogs in public places, such as a park," the government's Young Journalists Club [1
Rahimi declined to specify the punishment for offenders simply by saying that "serious police action" would be taken – even for the transport of canine teeth in private cars.
"It is forbidden to drive dogs in cars and, if it is, serious police action will be about the car owners concerned"
Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979, the Iranian regime has been working to discourage the ownership of dogs. Over the last two decades, the regime has carried out "periodic repressions" on the ownership of dogs, sometimes confiscating the dogs from the street by their owners, The Times Report reports
Iranian religious clerics repeatedly call citizens is to keep dogs as pets, calling them unclean or unclean according to Islamic tradition.
In 2010, the Iranian Ministry of Culture introduced a ban on pet or pet related advertisements. the Iranian Parliament proposed a total ban on the ownership of dogs, with violations punishable by strikes